Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) graphic
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is most common in the winter. Photo courtesy of Wellmark.

The lack of sunshine during the winter months can lead to seasonal affective disorder, or SAD. Lisa Logsden, a psychologist at Nebraska Mental Health Centers, and Randall Jones, the Director of Aging Partners, talk about the effect of SAD on seniors and how to help them manage the symptoms.

Those interested in volunteering with Aging Partners can visit their website for more information or call the NeighborLNK line directly at (402) 441-6076.

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